Cindy Crawford says her 12-year-old daughter Kaia has a crush on One Direction hunk Harry Styles.
The 48-year-old supermodel's eldest child Kaia, 12, made her modelling debut for Versace two years ago and though the American beauty - who also has 14-year-old son Presley with husband Rande Gerber - will help her daughter ''navigate'' the fashion industry if she decides to follow in her mother's career path, she says the youngster is currently more interested in other things.
She said: ''[Versace] was a one-off thing. She had fun. She's 12. We'll see what happens. I can at least help her navigate it. She's more interested in singing and dancing. Right now she's interested in Harry Styles.''
While Cindy is comfortable with getting older, she admits she envies her daughter's legs.
She told USA Today newspaper: ''I look at my 12-year-old daughter. She has my legs. I told her that I want my legs back.''
Meanwhile, Cindy heaped praise on her close friend George Clooney's fiancee Amal Alamuddin, describing her as ''lovely'' but insisted that, despite reports they will wed in Italy in September, no details have been finalised yet.
Asked whether she could reveal the date and location of the wedding, she said: ''I actually don't know yet.''
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